Xiaoran Shi couldn’t handle the Strewth.
Amy McQuire is a Darumbal and South Sea Islander, and one of Australia’s foremost Indigenous journalists. Here, she speaks to Xiaoran Shi.
Raue, Morris, and members of the USU staff faced tough questions and cross-examination
Within these pages, death speaks in myriad voices: a female vigilante wearing the armour of a Roman goddess seeks retributive justice on page 7, a deeply personal account of euthanasia makes a compelling case for legalising assisted suicide on page 10, a visit to Graceland reveals how death has not hindered the evolution of an…
Xiaoran Shi investigates the continued controversy over police on campus
A sombre look at the week’s biggest stories
Xiaoran Shi asks you to watch your language
Xiaoran Shi needs to listen to some bands other than Dinosaur Jr.
Xiaoran Shi left out Hole, Garbage, and The Spice Girls. Because everybody knows TLC was the best.